On brutally hot days, the garbage trucks may be driving down Covington streets an hour earlier than usual.
Northern Kentuckians still waiting for unemployment assistance from the state will be able to meet in-person with representatives and adjudicators in Covington next week.
Fourteen people, including two from Northern Kentucky, were indicted on felony charges Thursday in Hamilton County following civil unrest in Cincinnati from May 30 through June 3.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was in Covington on Thursday visiting Gravity Diagnostics, a medical testing lab that has developed a COVID-19 diagnostic test that can be processed in 24-48
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A pair of Covington businesses announced temporary closures this week following possible exposure to COVID-19.
Covington Independent Public Schools Superintendent Alvin Garrison was appointed by Governor Andy Beshear as a member of the Kentucky Center for African-American Heritage.
The left lane on northbound Interstate 71/75 around the Cut-in-the-Hill will be closed starting Monday and will stay that way through July, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet announced.
Two Covington cultural institutions announced their plans to reopen to the public in the coming days.
The lobby of City Hall will reopen to walk-in visitors with restrictions on Monday after being closed since March 16.
Among the restrictions:
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The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra announced that it is moving its summer concert series to Tower Park in Fort Thomas.
This story has been updated with the identity of the suspect.